If you are a property owner or managing a block of flats, making some home improvements to improve energy efficiency can reduce bills and reduce your carbon footprint. Energy improvements can be made with changes as minor as swapping out your light bulbs, or you can make more significant improvements for more effective savings.
Discovering a pest problem within your block of flats can be a real nuisance. Infestations can occur, even if you have good standards of hygiene.
As a property manager or landlord for a block of flats during COVID-19, we understand this can be a particularly stressful and challenging time. Flats Direct are here for you.
The Flats Direct management team have now decided to offer free access to the Flats Direct Risk Management Service for 3 months to all clients, now including the Flats Direct Covid-19 Hub.
The landscape is changing daily but Flats Direct have robust plans in place to remain open for business as usual and maintain high-quality service standards for our clients in this testing time.
When installing a communal heating system in your block of flats, there are a number of requirements to meet and things to consider before you begin.
Christmas is an exciting time to spread festive cheer with your friends and family. But whilst your tenants are gathered around the fire, you might not be aware of the potential risks that open flames and gas can have on your block of flats. This is something that neither you nor your tenants will want to deal with during the festive season!
Winter is here and the temperatures are dropping, which means your block of flats could be at risk of freezing pipes.
Is the air conditioning system in your block over fifteen years old? If so, there is a high risk it provides harmful gases, which are now banned by the government.